MILLENNIALS HAVE A DIFFERENT DEFINITION OF DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION

MILLENNIALS HAVE A DIFFERENT DEFINITION OF DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION
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Source: Fast Company

MILLENNIALS HAVE A DIFFERENT DEFINITION OF DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION

DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION ARE MORE THAN JUST BUZZWORDS OR BOXES TO CHECK. MILLENNIALS BELIEVE THEY ARE ESSENTIAL TO BUSINESS SUCCESS.

When it comes to defining diversity and inclusion at work, the generation gap between boomers, gen-Xers, and millennials is more like a growing trench, according to a new study from Deloitte and the Billie Jean King Leadership Initiative (BJKLI).

The report shows that overall, millennials see the two concepts through a completely different lens. It analyzed the responses of 3,726 individuals from a variety of backgrounds, with representation across gender, race/ethnicity, generation, sexual orientation, national status, veteran status, disabilities, level within an organization, and tenure with an organization. They were asked 62 questions about diversity and inclusion that offered up a snapshot of shifting generational mindsets.

Read the full article at: Fast Company